Former WWE star Mandy Rose has "made over £400k" from racy content ever since she was fired by the flagship wrestling company for her naughty photos.
The former NXT champion is said to have made quite the hefty haul of cash ever since her firing from the company.
Her FanTime account, a similar platform to that of OnlyFans, has reportedly netted the wrestling star around $500,00 (over £400,000), her agent Malki Kawa has claimed.
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The controversial firing has seen Rose take a step back from the wrestling business and she has since been removed from the WWE, but it would appear her financial fortunes are on the up.
It comes as TMZ report comments from agent Kawa, who claimed Rose could become a self-made millionaire in time for Christmas should business on the FanTime account continue to boom.
Although her account is booming, it comes in the face of a controversial decision from WWE insiders, who released the 32-year-old star and pushed her into dropping the NXT championship the night before.
Former WWE writer Vince Russo waded into the debate and questioned whether or not Rose needed the wrestling industry if she was "making so much money on her own".
He said: "I'd like to think that they [WWE] didn't like it, they told her to stop, and she was making so much money on her own that she said 'Na.'
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"I cannot see them firing her like that without a warning. 'If you don't take it down, we're going to have to let you go. I can't just say, 'Oh my god, somebody saw this, and Bruce [Prichard] sent this to Stephanie [McMahon]' and then she's fired.
"It doesn't work that way. You got to get written up, you got to be given a warning, you got to be told to stop. I have to assume that was probably the scenario and that she probably said no because she makes a boatload of money."
Said scenario, which Russo alleges could be a possible reason for Rose's firing, has seen the former WWE alumni pin Stephanie McMahon as the person to submit the complaint.
An indirect warning was reported by sportskeeda, who noted Russo's comments on the recent Rose controversy.
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